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Rift exclusives hacked to work on Vive; and Oculus isn't pleased

A crafty reddit user has figured out how to make two games exclusive to the Oculus platform playable on the HTC Vive.He wrote: "It's still early days for this project, since it's only been in development for a few weeks.

Nintendo confirms release date for new NX console and announce E3 plans

Bizarrely, this reveal comes not from an official announcement at an event or press conference, but tucked away in a quarterly financial report.The document states: In an equally strange move, the company has also said that it won't be showing off the upcoming hardware at E3, but that the next installment in the The Legend Of Zelda series would be the feature of its keynote presentation instead.

Rumor Mill: The Nintendo Switch's Innards Have Been Outed!

Now, a Chinese site known as Taobao has claimed that they tore apart a Nintendo Switch console, and have released the images to the world.Does this mean that the Nintendo Switch is running on Pascal tech?

Piece of Foam Fixes Nintendo Switch Sync Issue

We have already reported on the Nintendo's Joy-Con desync issue.As it turns out, the culprit behind breaking the Bluetooth connection between the console and its left Joy-Con controller is a hardware issue.

First Ever Photos Revealed for the Xbox: Project Scorpio Developer Kit & Hardware Break Down

Comparing this to the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and even the PlayStation 4 Pro -- it's a huge upgrade in terms of raw power on the GPU side of things.For perspective PlayStation Pro's GPU runs with 36 CUs @911MHz at a clock speed of roughly 4.

AtGames Announces Fall 2017 Lineup of Classic Gaming Hardware

, a leading force in interactive entertainment products, has announced their classic gaming hardware lineup for Fall 2017.In partnership with Activision, the Atari Flashback® 8 Gold, Atari Flashback® 8 Classic Game Console, and the Atari Flashback® Portable Game Player were announced in addition to their other latest classic gaming releases: Sega Genesis Flashback, Classic Game Console, and Ultimate Portable Game Player.